Finally I’m attending SC14 myself, and will give two talks for you. Tuesday I’ll be part of a 90 minute session of Khronos, where I’ll talk a bit about GROMACS and selecting the right accelerator for your software. Wednesday I’ll be sharing our experiences from our port of GROMACS to OpenCL. If you meet me, then I can hand you over a leaflet with the decision chart to help select the best device for the job.
Sunday, 16 November
|8:30 – 17:00||Tutorial||From “Hello World” to Exascale Using x86, GPUs and Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors (probably no or little OpenCL)||Robert M. Farber, Greg Scantlen, Timothy Thomas, Andree Jacobson||396|
Monday, 17 November
|8:30 – 17:00||Tutorial||OpenCL: A Hands-On Introduction||Tim Mattson, Alice Koniges, Simon McIntosh-Smith||395|
|16:45 – 17:30||Workshop Talk||Implementing the OpenCL SYCL Shared Source C++ Programming Model using Clang/LLVM (“The LLVM Compiler Infrastructure in HPC” workshop)||Gordon Brown||??|
Tuesday, 18 November
|11:30 – 12:00||Exhibitor Forums||KALRAY TURBOCARD2 Scalable Accelerator: An Efficient Supercomputer Cluster on a Board||Benoît Ganne||292|
|11:30 – 12:00||Papers||Managing DRAM Latency Divergence in Irregular GPGPU Applications||Niladrish Chatterjee, Mike O’Connor, Gabriel H. Loh, Nuwan Jayasena, Rajeev Balasubramonian||391-92|
|13:30 – 14:00||Papers||Practical Symbolic Race Checking of GPU Programs||Peng Li, Guodong Li, Ganesh Gopalakrishnan||388-89-90|
|14:00 – 14:30||Papers||Scalable Kernel Fusion for Memory-Bound GPU Applications||Mohamed Wahib, Naoya Maruyama||388-89-90|
|14:00 – 14:30||Papers||Pipelining Computational Stages of the Tomographic Reconstructor for Multi-Object Adaptive Optics on a Multi-GPU System||Ali Charara, Hatem Ltaief, Damien Gratadour, David Keyes, Arnaud Sevin, Ahmad Abdelfattah, Eric Gendron, Carine Morel, Fabrice Vidal||391-92|
|17:15 – 19:00||Poster||GPU Acceleration of Small Dense Matrix Computation of the One-Sided Factorizations||Tingxing Dong, Mark Gates, Azzam Haidar, Piotr Luszczek, Stanimire Tomov||New Orleans Theater Lobby|
|17:15 – 19:00||Poster||Hardware Accelerated Linear Programming: Parallelizing the Simplex Method with OpenCL||Bradley de Vlugt, Maysam Mirahmadi, Serguei L. Primak, Abdallah Shami||New Orleans Theater Lobby|
|17:30 – 19:00||OpenCL BOF||OpenCL 2.0 and beyond||Tim Mattson, Simon McIntosh-Smith, Vincent Hindriksen||275-76-77|
Wednesday, 19 November
|14:30 – 14:45||Talk||Using the SYCL for OpenCL open standard to accelerate C++ code||Andrew Richards||Booth 839 (AMD)|
|15:15 – 15:45||Talk||Porting Gromacs from CUDA to OpenCL. Lessons learned||Vincent Hindriksen||Booth 839 (AMD)|
There are other interesting SC14-events around OpenCL, so be sure to check the schedule carefully – especially the posters!
Below links bring you to special SC14 landing-pages.
- Altera -FPGAs
- Booth #3821. Altera will demo of rapid prototyping using OpenCL, and a demo of optical flow on an embedded SoC.
- Booth #3921: Bittware will demo the available tools necessary to begin developing applications for the Altera Stratix V using OpenCL.
- Booth #1332: Nallatech has lots and lots of OpenCL. Ask for demo’s and read the big poster.
- AMD – FirePro GPUs.
- booth #839: Demo of Gromacs. Ping me for a personal demo.
- Small theatre at booth #839 will have several OpenCL-related talks (see also agenda above).
- ARM – low-power HPC
- Booth 3458: Not sure, if they have OpenCL demo’s, but good chance there are.
- Intel – CPUs, Accelerators
- Booth #1215, #1315. Most times don’t demo OpenCL at HPC events, but they can tell about it.
- NVIDIA -Tesla GPUs
- Booth 1727: will not present OpenCL, but every time they’re funny when asked what they do about OpenCL. So go visit them and ask about i.e. OpenCL 2.0.
- Texas Instruments – DSP
- Booth 3745: Not sure if they’ll demo their OpenCL solution, but hope so. Will update, once I know.
- Xilinx – FPGAs
- Booth 3903, 4003. Will present “the industry leading OpenCL solution”. Be sure to check out and compare with Altera’s solution.
- Kalray – multi-core processor
- Booth 2815. Will demo a new processor and have OpenCL-demo’s (alpha product).
- ArrayFire – HPC library
- Booth #2725. will demo their library with backends for both OpenCL and CUDA.
- Mont-Blanc – ARM-based HPC
- Booth #1039. Will show literally cool supercomputers.
The floorplan with accents on the Khronos members can be found at Khronos’s site, as PDF.
At SC14 and saw great OpenCL demos or news?
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